Carrie Q. Vann, age 83, a resident of Oliver Springs, passed away Saturday, March 23, 2002 at Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge.
Mrs. Vann was born June 16, 1918 in Anderson County.
She had lived in this area all her life. She was a member of Tuppertown Baptist Church.
She was a loving mother and homemaker who enjoyed growing flowers and taking care of her lawn.
Mrs. Vann was preceded in death by: her parents, Thomas Queener and Nellie Seiber Queener; husband, Floyd Vann; daughter, Dot McKamey; son, Darryl Vann; four brothers, Bill, Floyd, Clarence and Leon Queener.
Survivors: sons, Marvin L. Vann and wife, Sarah J of Broken Arrow, OK, LeRoy Vann and wife Betty of Clinton; daughters, Geraldine Rather and husband Jack of Oliver Springs, Margaret Howell and husband Dan of Bedford, PA, Carolyn Morgan and husband Wayne of Oliver Springs, Marcia Austin and husband Barry of Lilburn, GA; grandchildren, David, Marva, Darrell, Sherri, Kim, Diana, Jackie, Andy, Eric, Rhonda, Deliata, Richard, Brad, Megan, Tonia, Phillip; great-grandchildren, Michael David, Jesse, Makala, Jennifer, Morgan, Skylar, Cory, Jessica, Heather, Travis, Keri, Crystal, Amanda, Shawna; sister, Geneva Vann; special friends, Marlena Braden of Knoxville, Mable Russell of Harriman.
The family received friends 6-8 pm Monday, March 25, 2002 at Sharp Funeral Home in Oliver Springs. Funeral services were at 8 pm in the chapel of Sharp Funeral with the Rev. Willie Aiken and the Rev. Wayne Morgan officiating.
Burial and graveside services were at 11 am Tuesday, March 26, 2002 at Anderson Memorial Gardens.
Sharp Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements.
Source: Clinton Courier News 27 March 2002
[Submitted by Brenda Foster]